Institute for the Advancement of Health Care Management
"Power." in Healthcare
A Discussion of the Keynote Address by Donald M. Berwick, MD, at the 16th Annual Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) National Forum
Join us to watch the taped presentation.
Karen Houston, RN, MS
Director of Quality
Albany Medical Center
Nancy Landor, RN, MS, CPHQ
Director, Strategic Quality Initiatives
John Morley, MD
New York State Dept. of Health
Office of Health Systems Management
May 2, 2006
7:30 a.m. - 9:35 a.m.
In his plenary address at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s 17th Annual National Forum in December 2005, Donald M. Berwick, MD, President and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, reflected on “the sources and meaning of “power” in health care” as the final six months of the IHI’s initiated 100,000 Lives Campaign, aimed at saving 100,000 needless deaths from medical errors by June 14, 2006, began. In his address, Dr. Berwick reflected on achievements of organizations involved in the 100,000 Lives Campaign and talked about “Sources of Optimism” as well as the challenges of the campaign. Join us to watch the taped presentation. Following the viewing of Dr. Berwick’s plenary address, learn about local initiatives underway to help reach the goals of the campaign.
This presentation is at the
New York State Nurses Association
11 Cornell Rd. (Airport Park)
Latham, New York
for sponsorship of this program.